With only one month left to enter the Zero Waste Awards, entries are invited from sustainability pioneers and trailblazers.
The Zero Waste Awards celebrate Britain’s accelerating journey towards sustainable resource management. There has never been a better time to demonstrate the benefits of cutting waste, and the Zero Waste Awards are the ideal way to showcase your achievements.
The current round of the Zero Waste Awards ends on 2nd March 2015. The awards are free to enter, and winners are awarded with gold, silver, bronze or highly commended for their efforts.
Open to public, private and third sector organisations, the annual Zero Waste Awards recognise all types of initiative that prevent waste at source. From supply chain collaborations to innovative processes and business models, leaders in their field are invited to receive recognition amongst their peers.
The Zero Waste Awards are organised by the Environment Media Group, the company behind letsrecycle.com. Recognising that sustainability is a team effort, not a contest, the Zero Waste Awards aren’t competitive and entrants are judged purely on their merits.
Previous winners have included KP Snacks, New York Bakery, FareShare and Portakabin, with hundreds more recognised for their work towards the Zero Waste goal.
Steve Eminton, editor of letsrecycle.com, said: “Businesses are innovating to cut waste from their processes, saving money and reducing their dependence on raw materials. The Zero Waste Awards celebrate the impact of these sustainable business models and show others what can be achieved.”
The recognition luncheon on 9 April 2015 will again be held at the 12th Century Coombe Abbey in Warwickshire, where winners are each presented with a trophy. The event is an opportunity for leaders to network and share best practice, and is a highlight on the waste and resources calendar.
The next round of entries closes on 2 March 2015. The awards are sponsored by Saica Natur and Wastecare, with Ceris Burns International as the PR partnership sponsor. For more information about Zero Waste and the Zero Waste Awards, visit www.zerowasteawards.com